DarkApple Posted April 4, 2012 Share Posted April 4, 2012 (edited) I got my MK4 recently and am trying to learn how to use it without annoying everyone with a billion questions. I have somewhat constrained time due to school and it seems like the documentation is (forgive me for saying this) a little bit fragmented. Of course, it's a community-style project, most users are more advanced than myself, and I might be missing something. So could you help me get oriented? I've read the quickstart guide and clicked on all the tabs/options in the web interface to do a little exploring. I wonder if there is some guide that explains each of the features in the web interface, like what happens when I click autostart? What exactly is Karma and where can I find documentation? It's a little confusing because terms like Karma and autostart aren't easily Google-able if you don't know exactly what you're looking for (Karma is a dictionary word and autostart brings up tons of stuff). Is there a good guide you can point me to, or perhaps an episode? I know the ep's are online and I have the WiFi CD collection, but the pineapple related ones I've found were just broad strokes descriptions (like the one with Darren sitting outside describing it) and I only have a few minutes per day that I can spend looking for info :/ Anyway that's in advance! - DarkApple PS I have been reading the battery thread and was wondering if the idea here is that you can avoid needing a laptop by using batteries + user programmed scripts activated by that one button to make it automatically record data for analysis later? Otherwise, I don't see how you could really use it disretely. Right now I am using it via an ultrabook w/ Linux and it attracts a lot of attention in public because I have to use 2 power outlets (the PoE isn't powering it for me and one outlet is for the ultrabook), plus a ethernet-to-USB converter, plus a USB port splitter so I can have the Linux flash drive + network adapter plugged in as well. That sums up to 2 external antennas, 2 power cords, tons of cables and lotsa little blinky lights that seem to scream "hey, this person is up to something odd!" LOL Edited April 4, 2012 by DarkApple Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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